This Systematic Country Diagnostic (SCD) examines the key constraints to and opportunities for accelerating poverty reduction and enhancing shared prosperity in Bhutan. It builds on a large body of analytical work, evidence gathered in three working sessions within the World Bank Group, and in-country consultations with civil society organizations, the private sector, government, and development partners.
World Bank. 2020. Bhutan Systematic Country Diagnostic: Taking Bhutan’s Development Success to the Next Level
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